It is a fact that the Bathroom is one of the most used rooms in any home, and this means that you will want to make it look good, comfortable and functional. Here are some tips and pointers to consider when you are choosing bathroom furniture for your new bathroom suite – to help you make the right choice.
Size and Shape of Your Bathroom:
Firstly you should consider the size and shape of your bathroom. The bathroom furniture you choose must be right for your specific bathroom. There is no such thing as one size fits all, and what looks right and fits right in one bathroom may not look right or fit right in another. Your Bathroom should not be overcrowded with furniture, but should ideally have a relaxing and spacious feel to it.
Colour Scheme and Materials:
The colour scheme of your new bathroom is of course important, as are the materials with which your new bathroom furniture are made from. As standard, bathrooms tend to be relaxing pastel colours, but it is becoming more common for bathrooms to have bolder, warmer colours such as terracotta and other orange and red shades. Ultimately, your new bathroom needs to suit your taste and your personality.
In respect to materials, wood has always been very popular and tends to fit in well with modern and traditional styles. Wood bathroom furniture can either be natural wood, or man-made wood effect. Wood bathroom furniture tends to be the least expensive, but is also generally strong and durable.
Storage / Practicalities:
As well as making sure your bathroom looks good, you need to consider the practicalities of storage as well. It is wholly possible to achieve adequate storage space in keeping with an elegant and relaxing design. Think about the items you want and need to store within your bathroom, and make sure the bathroom units your choose fit the bill.
Consistency of Design:
You need to think about consistency of design, and make sure that the items within your new bathroom suite look right and blend well together. If you plan to have rounded corners, try to make sure rounded corners are consistent throughout, and are not interrupted by a small number of out of place square corners. Be careful mixing wood grain and polished metal. Some contrasting styles, colours and textures can work really well together in interior design, but they far too often lead to a design faux pas. So to be on the safe side, aim for consistency.